Bad he is not good but not (yet). Let's see if there's more to the Schliersee than marketing. It would make me happy because of local patriotism. But one finds oneself there too well, than that one would accept serious criticism and what would change to barrel management etc. It will be bought anyway at any price. 76 points.
slightly alcoholic. Otherwise quite sweet and slightly fruity with hints of blackberry and raspberry. And, of course, the Slyrsian vanilla pampering from the fresh oak barrels. Unfortunately, here is the sour-spicy mountain cheese, you can also call it Käsefuß. Hopefully, this false note disappears in the coming older bottlings
Alcohol and metallic youth is clearly noticeable. The red berries are appealing, as is the distinct vanilla.
Not very long, a bit peppery but also sweet. Some wood wort remains, ok.
Fruity nose, one smells the port, but also the 46% and not much else. Simply young, not really appealing, rather pungent. By the time something more aromatic, ok, but a whisky, which I do not have to have.